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Stock markets in Europe had a moderate opening on January 24

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The main European stock markets had an opening with slight gains despite the fact that this Monday Wall Street closed with good expectations, according to experts.

This would have to do with the presentation in Germany of the president of the European Central Bank (ECB), christina lagarde who explicitly announced that he would rate increases are missing for the next meetings of the Eurozone bank.

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“Lagarde would have given the final blow yesterday in her statements, showing a strong and firm position for the next ECB meeting, where she will raise interest rates again. Because it is important? Well, given the imminent fall in the stock markets, investors could play it safe, waiting for the next meeting to invest in the European Central Bank, ”says Investing.com.

The main European indices with gains are the CAC40 (0.17%) in Paris and the Eurostoxx (0.13%), while the only one that shows falls is the FTSE 100 (-0.22%) in London.

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The DAX (Frankfurt)opened the day with a variation of the 0.01%, up to 15,105.11 points; similar situation for IBEX 35 (Madrid) with a variation of 0.03%until the 8,946.86 points.

Most Asian markets remain closed for the Chinese New Year festivities.

Source: Elcomercio

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